How to Get House in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

If you want to know how to get a house in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, you’ve come to the right place. Yes, of course the sequel to Breath of the Wild gives you the opportunity to build Link an abode worthy of the hero of Hyrule. You will have to put in quite a bit of work first, though, and have enough money to construct Link a home. Here’s what you need to do.

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how to get house in zelda tears of the kingdom
How to Get House in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

How to Get Your House in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom

To get your house for Link in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom, you need to complete the Tarrey Town Side Adventure, according to Reddit user Shrike1 (we took the image above from his post). We haven’t confirmed it just yet, because we’ve been concentrating on other things in our current playthrough. As soon as we have more information one way or the other, we’ll be sure to update the guide. Unlike in Breath of the Wild, where you get a fixer-upper house, here you get a plot of land. Then, you can build an abode of your own. The game allows you to make the layout however you want. The only real limitation, as far as we know, is that you can’t have more than fifteen rooms.

So, yeah, that’s how you get a house in Zelda Tears of the Kingdom. You’ll have to put the work in to acquire the plot of land, and then there’s the matter of cost. Every room costs a couple hundred Rupees. For example, a furnished square room will set you back 450 Rupees, while the Bow, Weapon or Shield Stand Rooms cost 600 Rupees each. In order to build anything, you have to talk to the NPC called Granteson. And that’s about all there is to it. As long as you have the money, keep expanding Links home however you want. Just remember the fifteen-room limitation.

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